At the New York Auto Show, Subaru wowed the crowds with the stylish WRX Concept, and now the brand is testing what will actually be the new WRX, with our spy photographers managing to grab some pictures of it on the Nurburgring.
Subaru is known for its rally motor sports pedigree, which is injected in its Impreza models. Most Subarus are equipped with all wheel drive as standard with the exception of the BRZ, which is rear wheel drive.
Lets face it, two-doors cars are more fun and better looking than sedans. But you don’t have to break the bank to drive around in a stylish coupe. We have a list of the top 10 most affordable two-doors, starting at just under $26,000. We had to draw the line and not include any hatchbacks,…
Subaru is recalling model year 2005 through 2009 Legacy and Outback vehicles over concerns of brake fluid leakage.
Looking for a small, but rugged crossover? Then the Subaru XV Crosstrek is a vehicle to take a look at. With its raised height over the Impreza, the XV is poised to confidently go where the Impreza can’t. We had a chance to drive the base Subaru XV Crosstrek Premium, which costs just $21,995 and…
Celebrating its rally heritage, the Subaru WRX has always sacrificed a certain level of on-road performance so as to maintain its off-road capability. That, however, will change for the next generation model.
Winter’s icy stranglehold on the northern hemisphere has finally been broken. After months of gray skies and freezing weather spring is finally in the air. Automakers are responding to the warmth and sun by emerging from product hibernation. Companies located in places ranging from South Korea to the United Kingdom have unveiled a bumper-crop of…
Previewing what is to come to one of its most popular performance cars, Subaru unveiled the WRX Concept at the 2013 New York Auto Show.
Subaru just unveiled the WRX concept, previewing what to expect with the next in its line of rally-inspired all-wheel drive sport sedan.
One day before it is revealed at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the Subaru WRX Concept has hit the web looking gloriously mean.
It’s hard to believe but this is the fourth installment of “Ask AutoGuide.” For an entire month now our certified experts have provided the finest motor-vehicle shopping advice available for the price. Our crack team of automotive oracles has been at our readers’ beck and call for 30 straight days, though admittedly it’s been mostly…
Subaru will debut its first ever gasoline-electric production vehicle, the XV Crosstrek hybrid, at the 2013 New York Auto Show, alongside an all-new performance concept car.
Subaru is recalling its 2012 model year Outback and Legacy models for an issue with the windshield wiper motor.
Like veteran 911 operators AutoGuide’s expertly trained staff is here to help at anytime, day or night… as long as they can respond via e-mail and at their convenience. Ask AutoGuide is our newest weekly feature and it’s off like a prom dress.
Subaru announced a recall today that affects about 47,419 vehicles, regarding issues with the key fob that can cause the vehicles to start when the key FOB is dropped.
Are you self-conscious? Don’t like to stand out in a crowd? Would you rather blend into the background than be the center of attention? Well, when it comes to the automotive world, you are in luck. Some vehicles seem to have skipped class when it came time for their styling lesson. This is not to…
Subaru is exploring every avenue for fuel efficiency with its new diesel-hybrid Viziv concept.
At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show today, Subaru held the worldwide debut of its Viziv Concept, a future-generation crossover concept with a Subaru Boxer Diesel Hybrid under the hood.
Lawmakers in Washington D.C. and California are armed with a legislative battleaxe and they’re bringing it to bear against the automotive industry. Fuel-economy regulations are hitting like a war hammer, disrupting the market and crushing carmakers. In a mad dash to meet upcoming CAFE standards manufacturers are dramatically shifting their product offerings. Downsized vehicles, hybrid…
Don’t get too excited if you’ve been walking by your new or recent model year Subaru to find it starting itself. You haven’t discovered KITT’s younger cousin.
This week’s installment of TGIF[R-S] isn’t about me, or my car, but about how the 2013 AutoGuide.com Car of the Year came to be, thanks to a post I stumbled across on the Toyota UK blog.
How do you get Generation Y interested in cars? To answer that question perhaps the best move is to take a look at what cars they do already like. Thanks to new stats provided by J.D. Power and Associates we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 cars with the highest percentage of buyers aged…
Welcome back to the all-you-can-eat Top-10 buffet! You know you want more, and AutoGuide’s happy to serve up another heaping helping of facts, neatly garnished with a sprig of fun. Grab a plate, load it up and tuck in to another generous portion of automotive infotainment.
With sales gains for five consecutive years, Subaru is looking to drive U.S. sales to at least 365,000 units annually, and one way it’s exploring to help achieve that goal is by offering more luxury-targeted trim levels.
A couple weeks ago our Top 10 target was the large-sedan segment. We looked at a diverse lineup of full-figured four doors, comparing them based on their theoretical maximum range. We multiplied the number of gallons in their respective fuel tanks by each of their highway economy ratings. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Large Sedans With…